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Rehab 4 Addiction exists to assist you in your search for effective and proven rehab treatment in Cardiff. At Rehab 4 Addiction, we have built a strong working relationship with more than thirty addiction treatment providers located in and around Cardiff.

To discover which of these treatment providers is suited to helping you rid yourself of your addiction, contact us today on 0800 140 4690.

Our close-knit network of treatment providers in Cardiff has been carefully selected according to strict quality standards. This ensures you are only recommended to the most proven and successful treatment providers available in Cardiff today.

Many of these clinics chose to specialise in the treatment of specific addictions. When you contact Rehab 4 Addiction, we ensure you are matched with a treatment provider that’s chosen to specialise in the treatment of your particular addiction.

Modern rehabs in Cardiff offer evidence-based treatments. Medicated detox follows NICE Guidelines. These treatments include cognitive behavioural therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy and modern psychotherapy.

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What we treat in Cardiff

Our partner treatment providers in Cardiff go to every length to ensure your recovery is long and lasting. Treatment on offer is suitable for all manner of addictions.

This includes addiction to drugs, alcohol, gambling and prescription medications.

We also recommend treatment that’s suitable for a range of ‘dual diagnosis’ conditions such as eating disorders, clinical depression, post-traumatic stress disorder and anxiety disorders.

No matter what the issue may be, you can be assured that Rehab 4 Addiction will be able to help.

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What happens when you go to rehab

When you enter a residential treatment clinic in Cardiff, you will begin the programme by benefiting from a medically-assisted detox programme. You will be prescribed medication to help diminish any withdrawal symptoms you may begin to experience when drugs or alcohol are taken away.

The detox programme generally requires around 5-7 days to complete. Throughout this period, you will be carefully monitored to ensure your withdrawal symptoms are not left untreated.

Whilst detox is important, by far the most vital ingredient of your treatment is rehabilitation. Rehabilitation involves a plethora of counselling and therapy techniques to help cement your recovery.

Without therapy and counselling, your sobriety is likely to be short-lived. Whilst detox attempts to tackle the physical aspect of addiction, rehabilitation instead focuses on treating the psychological aspect of addiction.

During therapy sessions, you will discover the specific emotional causes of your addiction. You will then be given the tools and techniques to allow you to overcome these causes in ways that do not involve drug and alcohol consumption.

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Support you get when you leave rehab

To help you get the best of both worlds, the treatment we recommend in Cardiff combines both residential and outpatient treatment. Outpatient treatment is provided for by way of ‘aftercare sessions’.

This allows you to return to the treatment centre for weekly or bi-weekly aftercare sessions. These sessions typically take place over the weekend. This ensures aftercare sessions do not conflict with other commitments such as going to work.

You may also be signposted to your local Alcoholics Anonymous group taking place in Cardiff and the surrounding areas.

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Getting the help you need in Cardiff

If you cannot commit to residential treatment, we may also recommend you to one of Cardiff’s excellent outpatient facilities. We also offer a number of home detox treatment options in and around Cardiff.

To take advantage of these incredible treatment options, contact us today on 0800 140 4690

Rehab 4 Addiction officers a range of addiction treatments in Wales, including Monmouthshire, Glamorgan, Cardiff, Swansea, Wrexham, Aberystwyth, Rhyl, Powys, Pembrokeshire, North Wales, Newport, Llandudno, Gwynedd, Conway, Colwyn Bay, Bangor, and Anglesey.

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